translated from Spanish: Call not to order candy on Halloween, Sinaloa civil protection

Sinaloa.- Civil Protection of Sinaloa calls on state members to take care of the healthy distance over the weekend of Hallowee’s celebration and prevent the children from going out to order candy. Juan Francisco Vega Meza Director of this institute recommends that during these days, family and friends meetings should be avoided, as well as attend places where health protocols are not followed and that can be a possible focus of Covid-19 contagions.
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As well as avoid the routes of minors in the streets and avenues asking for sweets or trick, this to continue protecting children and minors.

It detailed that Sinaloa is at yellow traffic lights and considered a moderate risk in contagion, but it is an obligation to maintain all health protocols and prevention actions. He’ll be reluctant not to break with social estlusion. According to the state official on this date, work will be worked jointly and coordinated with the authorities of the municipalities and units of the State Government on supervisory routes to ensure that health protocols are complied with in the dens, bars and nightclubs, to ensure that they are safe places for attendees.

Original source in Spanish

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